The Econo Lodge in New Liskeard has been awarded the 2017 Platinum Hospitality Award by Choice Hotels Canada. Platinum recipients were chosen from among 320 properties across the country and represent the top three per cent of Choice Canada’s portfolio. To qualify for this award, properties must excel in a variety of categories including guest satisfaction and independent quality reviews.
“Our Platinum recipients represent properties that have provided a superior experience to guests at an outstanding value.” says Brian Leon, Managing Director, Choice Hotels Canada.
“These hotel owners and operators continue to drive excellence across all our hotel brands and we couldn’t be prouder of the work they have achieved.”
The property is part of the M&M Group of Companies, a family-owned business which owns and operates a stable of hotel properties in the Temiskaming Shores area.
Earlier this year, the Holiday Inn Express & Suites in New Liskeard received the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) 2016 Torchbearer Award, considered the company’s most prestigious award. The hotel is one of 454 North American properties within the IHG system, known for achieving the highest levels of excellence in all aspects of operation: from quality to customer satisfaction.
A 2016 Torchbearer trophy, the company’s symbol of top excellence, will be on permanent display at the hotel.
“We’re enormously proud of these awards and of the hotels and our associates who have worked so hard to earn the honor and to earn the loyalty and satisfaction of their guests,” said Sean Mackey, general manager of the M & M Group of Companies, in a statement.
“It’s fantastic, of course, to earn such prestigious honour in our own backyard, but it is especially gratifying that these awards are based on quality and customer satisfaction. For two Northern Ontario hotels to achieve such awards is true compliment to the staff and truly exemplifies Northern Hospitality at its best.”
In addition to the Econo Lodge and the Holiday Inn Express, the M & M Group also is the proud owner of the Quality Inn New Liskeard, and the Waterfront Inn.
Located in the heart of Northeastern Ontario, the Quality Inn is easily accessible along Hwy 11, in Temiskaming Shores, centrally located between Timmins, North Bay, Sudbury and only minutes from the Quebec border. This convenient location offers very easy access to Temiskaming Shores diverse recreation, dining, shopping, and entertainment venues, including the mile-long beach, Temiskaming Square Shopping Centre and the municipal arena and fitness centre.
This is the ideal hotel for the busy corporate traveler. All of the rooms have free High Speed Wireless access and the king size executive rooms allow you to transform your room into your very own office space. As your home – or office – away from home, having ready access to friendly and knowledgeable staff, area information and business services are what the Quality Inn in New Liskeard pride themselves on.
The Waterfront Inn, has been providing guests with the finest in Northern Hospitality since 1989. The large, luxurious rooms are tastefully appointed and will provide a relaxing environment during your stay.
The Inn is also home to Rooster’s Bar and Grill. Enjoy casual dining in a relaxed environment. The extensive menu and fine wine list will be sure to satisfy the hungriest of appetites.
The Inn is also connected to the Town of New Liskeard Recreation Centre where guests can enjoy a sauna, hot tub, and pool with slide. If a little more of a workout is in order, then you will find an extensive assortment of fitness equipment from weights to bikes, or bring a racquet for a game of squash. Minimal charges apply.
The Waterfront Inn’s excellent location offers guests convenient access to the many fine downtown shops and restaurants. Take advantage of the summer golf packages, or just take time and stroll along the mile-long boardwalk that hugs the shore of the majestic Lake Temiskaming.
When in town on business, any of these great properties in Temiskaming Shores will make your stay everything you want it to be and more.